Grants list for fisical 2006

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Grants List

Grant No. Title Researcher Institute PDF
0601 Application of Potential Noise Method to the Selection of Material Used in Salt-Manufacturing Environment Hiroyuki Inoue Osaka Prefecture University
0602 Study on Advanced Utilization of Steam for Drying of Porous Material Containing Salt Aqueous Solution Hiroyuki Iyota Osaka City University
0603 Anion-Exchangers Highly Recognizing Differences in Ionic Hydration and Origin of Separation Selectivity Tetsuo Okada Tokyo Institute of Technology
0604 Development of Hybrid Coprecipitation Method using Magnesium as a Carrier and Its Application to Determination of Trace Metals in Salts Shigehiro Kagaya University of Toyama
0605 Solid-State Environmental Chemical Sensor for Eutrophication-Ion in Closed Natural System Youichi Shimizu Kyushu Institute of Technology
0606 The Dissolution State of Heavy Metal in Seawater Miho Tanaka Takahashi Tokyo University of Science and Technology
0607 A New Optical Fiber Acoustic Emission System for Crevice Corrosion Monitoring in Salt Producing Plants Hideo Cho Aoyama Gakuin University
0608 Preparation of Titania Membranes with Controlled Surface Chemistry and Application to Nanofiltration at High Temperatures Toshinori Tsuru Hiroshima University
0609 Growth of Smart Whiskers from a NaCl Flux Katsuya Teshima Shinshu University
0610 Heavy Metal Remediation of Sea Water, Brine, and Bittern using the Moderate Halophile Halomonas elongata Hideki Nakayama Nara Institute of Science and Technology
0611 Development of High-Performance Multiple-Effect Diffusion Still Producing Highly Concentrated Seawater Takehiro Nosoko University of the Ryukyus
0612 Development of Hydrophilic Polymer Based Ion-Exchanged Membranes having Nano-Order Charged Structure Mitsuru Higa Yamaguchi University
0613 Phillipsite Synthesis from Fly Ash by Hydrothermal Treatment with Microwave Heating and Seawater Kunihiro Fukui Hiroshima University
0614 Highly Sensitive Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography for Determination of Novel Organoborane Antifoulant Keiichi Fukushi Kobe University
0615 Organic Ligands Regulating Growth for Microalgal Species and the Iron Regulation Mechanisms of Prymnesium parvum Teruya Maki Kanazawa university
0616 Study on Molecular Mechanisms in Dissolution and Deliquescence Processes of Salt Nanocrystals Fuminori Misaizu Tohoku University
0617 Computational Fluid Dynamics of Crystallization Process and Modeling of Nucleation in a Stirred Vessel Ryuta Misumi Yokohama National University
0618 Development of Simultaneous Analytical Method of Common Inorganic Species in Saline Water Samples Masanobu Mori Gunma University
0619 Erosion-Corrosion of Aluminum Alloys in Sea Water Environment Akihiro Yabuki Hiroshima University
0620 Explore of the Lithium Ion Conductor having Spinel Structure Koji Yamada Nihon University
0621 Development of Novel Monitoring System for Trace Boric Acid in RO Desalting Water Kazuhisa Yoshimura Kyushu University
0622 Identification of Novel Halophilic Genes in Pufferfish Hironori Ando Kyushu University
0623 Studies on Adaptability of Antarctic Krill to Environmental Salinity Changes to Estimate the Influence of Global Warming Koji Inoue University of Tokyo
0624 Role of Polyamine in Plant Defense Response to High Salt Tomonobu Kusano Tohoku University
0625 Isolation and Characterization of Salt-Tolerant Selenium-Oxyanion-Reducing Microorganisms for Microbial Formation of Selenium Containing Heavy Metal Salts and the Application to Bioremediation Fields Toshifumi Sakaguchi Prefectural University of Hiroshima
0626 Molecular Mechanism of Salt- and Osmo-Tolerance in Yeast (II) Kazuo Tatebayashi University of Tokyo
0627 Cellulose Decomposing Ability of Intertidal Benthos Haruhiko Toyohara Kyoto University
0628 Studies on the Diversity of Microorganisms Distributed in the Ocean Hiromi Nishida University of Tokyo
0629 Modulating Effect of Organic Matrix on the Crystallization of Calcium Carbonate Koji Muramoto Tohoku University
0630 Study on the Salt-Stress Tolerance in Barley Varieties ? Development of a Selection Method for the Salt-Tolerant Varieties in Barley Sunao Yamazaki Yokohama College of Pharmacy
0631 Studies on Isolation of Salt-Torelant Nudrating Bacteria and Improvement of Salt-Torelance in Host Plant Akira Yokota University of Tokyo
0632 Effects of Intravenous Mg2+ Infusion on Adrenal Sympathetic Ganglionic Transmission Tsuyoshi Akiyama National Cardiovascular Center
0633 Regulatory Mechanism of Expression and Magnesium Transport of Paracellin-1, a Novel Magnesium Transporter, in Renal Tubular Cells (Phosphorylation of Paracellin-1 by Protein Kinase A and Magnesium Transport) Akira Ikari University of Shizuoka
0634 Changes in Molecular Functions and Expressions of Two-Pore-Domain Potassium Channels in Salt-Sensitive Hypertension Yuji Imaizumi Nagoya City University
0635 Regulation of Body Fluid Volume by Kidney Macula Densa: Effect of Metabolic Acidosis on the Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase (nNOS) Katsumasa Kawahara Kitasato University
0636 Comprehensive Analysis of Protease Cascade Involving Prostasin in Salt-Sensitive Hypertension Kenichiro Kitamura Kumamoto University
0637 Prevention and Management of Preeclampsia by Magnesium Intake Aging Impairs the Protective Effect of Magnesium Supplementation on Hypertension in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat Hiroshi Kobayashi Nara Medical University
0638 Exhaustive Analysis of Signal Transduction Involved in Mobilization of Intracellular NaCl Changed by Hypertonicity Nobuyuki Takahashi National Institute of Physiological Sciences
0639 New Therapeutic Approach for Hypertension through Regulation of Na+Balance Masayuki Tanemoto Tohoku University
0640 Salt Balance via CFTR and Evolution of CFTR Gene: Comparison between Japanese and Chinese Satoru Naruse Nagoya University
0641 The Analysis of Salt-Sensitive Hypertension Gene in Young Male Tanzanian Takanori Noguchi Fukuoka Women's University
0642 The Functions of the Sodium Sensor and Osmosensor in the Brain Masaharu Noda National Institute for Basic Biology
0643 Activation of the Sympathetic Nervous System via Reactive Oxygen Species in the Brain Induced by Salt Loading: Role of NAD(P)H Oxidase and Effects of Angiotensin Receptor Blockers Yoshitaka Hirooka Kyushu University
0644 The Essential Role of Fat-Specific Ptotein in the Development of Hypertension Norikazu Maeda Osaka University
0645 Development of New Therapy for Renal Disorders and Investigation of the Molecular Mechanism by Natriuretic Peptides and a Novel Endocrine Factor Ngal Kiyoshi Mori Kyoto University
0646 Regulation of Glutamatergic Chemical Transduction by Chloride Yoshinori Moriyama Okayama University
0647 Effect of Salt on the Decomposition of Saccharides in Subcritical Water Shuji Adachi Kyoto University
0648 Effect of Sodium Chloride Concentration on the Reaction Rate of Amino Acid, Peptide and Protein with Glucose Nguyen Van Chuyen Japan Women's University
0649 Regulation of Color Development of Squid Skin Melanophore by Changing Ion Composition of Artificial Sea Water Kunihiko Konno Hokkaido University
0650 Effects of Addition of NaCl on the Formation of Lipid Peroxidation Derived Toxic Aldehydes, 4-Hydroxyalkenals in Processed and Stored Fish and Meats, Especially Suppression of the Formation Tadashi Sakai University of Miyazaki
0651 Effect of NaCl Concentration on Inhibition of Modori of Kamaboko by Addition of Rice Protein with Protease Inhibitory Activity Masayuki Taniguchi Niigata University
0652 Scientific Approach to the Cooling Effect of Salt in Chinese Medicine Tomonori Nadamoto University of Shiga Prefecture
0653 Effect of Salt Addition on Recrystallization Behavior of Ice Crystals in Frozen Foods Tomoaki Hagiwara Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
0654 Effect of Component and Shape of Rock Salt on the Quality of Fermented Sausage during Preparation Yasuhiro Funatsu Rakuno Gakuen University
0655 Effects of Addition of Salts on Drying Rates and Surface Properties of Dried Products in Food Drying Shuichi Yamamoto Yamaguchi University
0656 Role of Sea Salt in the Formation of Zn Protoporphyrin IX (ZPP) in Dry-Cured Meat Products without the Addition of Nitrate or Nitrite Jun-ichi Wakamatsu Hokkaido University